Modeling and Multi-Physics Optimization of High-Power Dynamic Wireless Charging Systems

Abstract:

In this paper a focus is on the development of a modeling approach that enables relatively rapid evaluation of the performance of high-power dynamic inductive wireless charging systems. Derivation and validation of the models are provided along with a description of their use in multi-objective optimization studies that are used to compare the performance of alternative core materials for a single-phase system designed for charging commercial trucks operating at highway speeds.

See publication:
10.1109/ITEC53557.2022.9813848
This publication pertains to:
Charging Stations
Publication Authors:
  • Anthony Agostino
  • Akhil Prasad
  • Diala Haddad
  • Steven Pekarek
  • Aaron Brovont
It appeared in:
Peer-reviewed conference proceedings
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Keywords:
Road transportation, Inductive charging, Optimization